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The command, a new department of the Air Force, has selected an Army installation in Huntsville as the most-desired location for its future headquarters.
After incidents of Trump supporters engaging in threatening and disruptive behavior on flights to and from Washington, D.C., last week, the FAA enacts a "zero tolerance" policy.
Robert Packer was identified by law enforcement as the bearded, long-haired person who wore the black sweatshirt with a skull and crossbones graphic. He was taken into custody in Newport News, Va.
Ten Republican House members joined with all Democrats to impeach the president for a second time.
It appears to be 50% more infectious, and researchers predict the new coronavirus variant could start to dominate in the U.S. by March. The time to prepare is now, they say.
Just one week before he will leave office, Trump has now become the first U.S. president to be impeached twice.
The House speaker said President Trump "must go," as GOP defender Rep. Jim Jordan charged Democrats "want to cancel the president" in Wednesday's impeachment debate. Watch video of their statements.
The House minority leader, who encouraged the president to call for calm during the pro-Trump attack on the Capitol last week, said he would be more in favor of a censure.
The article cites "incitement of insurrection," charging that Trump's comments to supporters on Jan. 6 led to a violent insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.
"I can think of no action the House can take that is more likely to further divide the American people," Rep. Tom Cole, R-Okla., said during debate over impeaching President Trump.
The New York Democrat shared that she felt unsafe in the secure room where she was held with other lawmakers while the Capitol was under lockdown.
The company also said it has banned "numerous individuals" that it found to be associated with hate groups or involved in criminal activity at the Capitol.
"These were not protesters, these were not patriots. These were traitors. These were domestic terrorists," Rep. Jim McGovern, D-Mass., said as the House began debating impeaching the president.
Alexei Navalny said he has purchased a Sunday plane ticket to return to Moscow. He has spent months in Germany recovering from nerve agent poisoning.
Power is "a world-renowned voice of conscience and moral clarity," President-elect Joe Biden said of the former U.N. ambassador. The post will be elevated to become a National Security Council member.
The Census Bureau has stopped trying to produce a count of unauthorized immigrants, ending the agency's role in Trump's bid to alter census numbers used for reallocating House seats, NPR has learned.
Scientists, public health experts and opposition politicians have raised questions about one of the two vaccines the country of 1.4 billion people has authorized for emergency use against COVID-19.
The article of impeachment accuses President Trump of "incitement of insurrection" for his comments and actions leading up to last week's riot at the Capitol. Watch the proceedings live at 9 a.m. ET.
A new adaptation of James Herriot's books about life as a Yorkshire vet in the 1930s has gorgeous landscapes, majestic animals, and a welcome focus on home and work.
Evangelicals, says Ed Stetzer of the Billy Graham Center at Wheaton College, should start to reckon with their own behaviors and actions that may have helped fuel the insurrection at the Capitol.
The Green New Deal Network is launching with over $20 million to promote their agenda, as President-elect Joe Biden prepares to take office and Democrats set to control both chambers of Congress.
The case was the first abortion-related decision faced by the new conservative majority of the U.S. Supreme Court after Justice Amy Coney Barrett was sworn in last year.
Hebei province, with a population of 11 million people, has reported more than 600 new coronavirus cases, since early January.
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